Artists have been known to use the left hand in the hope of checking the fatal facility which practice had conferred on the right; and if Hood had been able to place under some restraint the curious and complex machinery of words and syllables which his fancy was incessantly producing, his style would have been a great gainer, and much real earnestness of object, which now lies confused by the brilliant kaleidoscope of language, would have remained definite and clear.
For once his face was a kaleidoscope of emotion.
It was a sort of tangible kaleidoscope, this white city of the West.
An instrument of higher interest, the stereoscope, which, though of much later date (1849-1850), may be mentioned here, since along with the kaleidoscope it did more than anything else to popularize his name, was not, as has often been asserted, the invention of Brewster.
Omni Kids bag includes a kaleidoscope, a kazoo, candy lightning bugs, oversized jacks, and a scented bracelet.
Some popular collections include butterfly shimmer, rainbow metallic, sunlight matte and kaleidoscope print.
The most elaborate knot work butterflies are filled in with a kaleidoscope of colors, and often embellished with flowers, vines and other symbols from nature.
Tea bag folding, sometimes called kaleidoscope folding or miniature kaleidoscopic origami, originated in Europe.
They come in a variety of fun fabrics, from pearlescent pink fabric to bright teal and hot pink kaleidoscope fabrics with patent trim and glimmering silver hardware.
Gramercy Embossed Small Wallet: Coming in a virtual kaleidoscope of colors, from red to purple, these wallets are a bit pricier at $98.00.
kaleidoscope of British life.
The book presents a fascinating kaleidoscope of all aspects of Buddhism, including Tantra, Zen and the Pure Land beliefs of Japan.
Enjoy yourself to the full in a dazzling kaleidoscope of sports and entertainment.
Being in control of your own kaleidoscope is therefore key to your success.
Nature and its remarkably rich kaleidoscope of color is perhaps the best source of inspiration.
It then shows how they can be developed and combined to produce a kaleidoscope of 3D possibilities.
So we know that the next general election will see a kaleidoscope of different left challenges to Labor.
The range of images is diverse, an ever-changing kaleidoscope in which the wonderful color and movement of the patterns is constantly extended.
In this way a wonderful kaleidoscope of sound emerges which may be compared to varieties of pentecostal singing found around the world.
I could only see one orange disk now, bathing the tree-line with a magnificent kaleidoscope of alternating colors.
The result is a kaleidoscope of vivid colors and some wonderfully lyrical writing.
swirling round my field of vision in a kaleidoscope of color.
The physical image in the mirror spins into a kaleidoscope of literary and visual associations, becoming a radically unstable trope of transition.
In the polyangular kaleidoscope the angle between the mirrors can be altered at pleasure.
Blues, greens, reds, swirling round my field of vision in a kaleidoscope of color.
You truly have, what seems to be, a crayola kaleidoscope of colors just waiting for you to choose.
Are your children fascinated by the images in a kaleidoscope?
The book contains 30 pages, each one based on the design made by a kaleidoscope.
craggy cliffs are an amazing kaleidoscope of colors.
kaleidoscope of cultures but also the common joys of childhood.
kaleidoscope of memorable images to illustrate the fact.
The interior of the hotel presents a kaleidoscope of impressions including the European marble mosaic of the entrance court.
If you combine this with a ride that offers a kaleidoscope of Autumn colors the Camel Trail is " a must do " .
KALEIDOSCOPE (from Gr.
This is the principle of the kaleidoscope, an optical toy which received its present form at the hands of Sir David Brewster about the year 1815, and which at once became exceedingly popular owing to the beauty and variety of the images and the sudden and unexpected changes from one graceful form to another.
Among the non-scientific public his fame was spread more effectually by his rediscovery about 1815 of the kaleidoscope, for which there was a great demand in both England and America.
kaleidoscope of color.
kaleidoscope of orchestral sounds.
kaleidoscope of music, dance and display.
Rotation of the stage creates a kaleidoscope like effect.
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